A Dhaka factory collapse in 2013 threw the international spotlight on the working conditions in Bangladesh garment factories. Thankfully, concerted efforts to clean up the sector are now making a real difference.
In this episode, Kellie Mundell speaks to IOSH's newly elected president Jimmy Quinn about his priorities for the next 12 months and how he intends to collaborate, enhance and influence the membership during his presidency.
After 50 years in the industry, former IOSH president John Lacey says the most important qualities in OSH are passion and communication. This video captures his conversation with some IOSH Future Leaders.
There has been a lot of interest around the effects COVID-19 has on people's long-term health. Here we investigate its background, prevalence, treatment, prognosis and provide resources to help you support your employees.
As we near the end of a tumultuous year for businesses, we are now witnessing the anticipated ‘second wave’ of the pandemic, and while it’s difficult to predict when we will return to normal, a great deal of progress has been made since the early months of this year.
30,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen each year in the UK, and 9 out of 10 are fatal. Investing in a defibrillator from the British Heart Foundation could be the difference between life and death. So show your people their safety comes first, and help us keep hearts beating for longer.